Two Positions Available – One for Engineering and One for GIS
Limited Duration Part-Time Position
20 hours/week or less, not to exceed one year
Salary Range: $10.25/hr
Open Until Filled – First Review of Applicants Friday, December 1, 2017
This position performs a variety of internship level technical work in support of engineering, environmental, development and GIS functions for Public Works engineering programs. Work involves practical application of basic engineering principals and knowledge. Specific tasks may include:
This internship program is a form of experiential learning that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skills development in a professional setting. Internships give students the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience and make connections in professional fields they are considering for career paths. This internship program is not coordinated in conjunction with any specific educational facility. Coordination with college internship programs will be discussed on a case-by-case basis. Each intern will receive the following from this program:
Any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be graduation from high school or GED and currently pursuing a college education preferably at junior or senior level with varied technical engineering related studies and/or work experiences.
Application forms are required and must be received by Human Resources Department for consideration. Formal application rating on education, training and experience; oral interview and reference check will be required. A successful criminal background check will be required as a condition of employment.
City of Newberg - Human Resources Department
Online Application at: www.newbergoregon.gov/jobs
Mail: P.O. Box 970 414 E. First Street
Newberg, OR 97132
Research GIS Analyst II Position for the Sierra Nevada Conservancy, State of California in Auburn, California:
Final Filing Date: 11/27/2017
Created in 2004, the Sierra Nevada Conservancy (SNC) is a state agency whose mission is to improve the environmental, economic, and social well-being of the Sierra Nevada Region. The SNC has awarded nearly $60 million in grants for projects that protect and enhance the health of California’s primary watersheds by improving forest health, remediating mercury contamination from abandoned mines, protecting critical natural resources, and reducing the risk of catastrophic wildfire. Funding for these projects came from Proposition 84 passed by voters in 2006 and Proposition 1 passed by voters in 2014.
The Sierra Nevada Region spans 25 million acres, encompasses all or part of 22 counties, and runs from the Oregon border on the north to Kern County on the south. The Region is the origin of more than 60 percent of California’s developed water supply.
Department Website: http://www.sierranevada.ca.gov
Job Description and Duties
The Sierra Nevada Conservancy (SNC) is seeking a highly motivated individual who has strong Geographic Information Systems (GIS) skills and experience to perform research and statistical studies involving various types of digital spatial data and the techniques and methodologies associated with geographic information systems to support SNC’s mission.
The GIS Analyst will be responsible for the GIS-related activities that support SNC’s communication and outreach, and grant activities. In addition to supporting the technical aspects of the GIS program, the individual will independently perform complex work related to research methodology including problem exploration and definition, planning and designing the approach, collection of data. The interpretation of findings and subsequent reports must be presented in a user-friendly format that can be understood by a wide variety of audiences.
For full job description: http://www.fao.org/fileadmin/user_upload/VA/pdf/IRC4916.pdf
The Forest Policy and Resources Division leads FAO's work in promoting sustainable forest management and providing leadership on the environmental, social and economic dimensions of forestry, including its contributions to poverty reduction and food security
and nutrition. It liaises with member countries, civil society and the private sector in aspects ranging from development of effective forest policies to forest conservation and management issues, and strengthens the role of forests in climate change mitigation and
adaptation. The Division also collects, analyses and disseminates information on the world's forest resources and on the production, trade and consumption of wood and non-wood forest products.
The post is located in the Global Forest Resources Assessment Team (FRA), FOA.
The FRA team has recently initiated the FRA 2020 assessment. An important component of this assessment is to assist selected countries to generate better information about their forest resources using Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing (RS)
data and tools. This will be achieved through a series of capacity development workshops in selected countries, as well as remote-sensing based desk studies for non-reporting countries and territories.
The geospatial consultant will work under the overall supervision of the Director, Forestry Policy and Assessment Division (FOA), technical supervision of the FRA Team Leader and in close collaboration with the FRA Team and remote sensing specialist in other units in FAO.
The consultant should liaise with DDN to ensure that corporate geospatial standards
Provision of technical advice or expertise for: (i) compilation and analysis of remote sensing data for FRA 2020; (ii) remote sensing capacity development workshops in selected countries; and (iii) support the FRA team with report preparation and data analysis.
To celebrate GIS Day 2017, the Oregon Office of Emergency Management created a story map illustrating how they used GIS and RAPTOR to document winter weather conditions throughout the state to assist our partners in getting a presidential disaster declaration for our January 2017 storms earlier this year. Feel free to check it out here: http://arcg.is/0m4mfX
Job Title: GIS Intern
Closing Date/Time: November 17, 2017 (extended)
Salary: $16.00 - $22.00 Hourly
Job Type: Temporary, part-time
Expected Hours: 80-90 hours per month (20-25 hours per week)
Duration: January 2018 – May 2019
Location: Salem, Oregon
Department: Land Conservation and Development, Information Resources
Come support the state’s land use planning program at the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD)! Put your GIS classes to use and apply for this internship!
It is designed to allow one or two students the opportunity to gain practical experience. We are accepting resumes from students in a GIS Certificate Program or students working toward a planning degree with GIS experience/coursework from an accredited community college or university. Applicants may be undergraduate or graduate students, as well as, recent graduates that have completed their GIS Certificate, Associate, Bachelor, or Master’s degree in 2016 or 2017. This position is classified at the Information Systems Specialist 1 - entry level, and we encourage candidates who meet the minimum qualifications (MQ’s) to apply.
We invite members of all diverse communities to join our workforce as we endeavor to best serve Oregonians from every background. DLCD values diversity and inclusion because they are good for Oregon. We believe that by welcoming differences, encouraging new ideas and views, listening to and learning from each other, and providing opportunities for professional enrichment we are better able to serve those around us. We thank you for considering this employment opportunity.
• This position is not represented by a union (Non-Union).
Duties & Responsibilities:
The GIS Intern will support the creation of a new statewide GIS layer of local comprehensive plans by gathering, reviewing, processing, and editing land use data. Examples of specific duties include the following:
Qualifications, Required & Requested Skills:
To be considered for this position, you must submit a Résumé and Cover Letter as described below.
(a) Six (6) months of GIS experience
(b) An equivalent combination of experience/training.
The majority of this position will be in an office environment working at a computer.
• For questions about the job announcement, call 503-934-0295.
Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development
Attn: Rachel Smith, Information Resources Coordinator
635 Capitol St NE Ste. 150
Salem OR 97301-2540
• What: Join us, with special guest Dawn Wright, Esri Chief Scientist, for an AMA (Ask Me Anything) live on the GeoNet Community within the Sciences group. Ask Dawn anything about science, GIS, her work at Esri (including the relationship of Esri to the scientific community), what's coming up for Esri at AGU, and any fun, interesting and thought-provoking questions.
• When: The AMA event will take place in this discussion thread on Friday, 8 December 2017 from 10:00am-11am US Pacific Time.
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At Washington County, you are given opportunities and challenges to embrace your potential and achieve your personal best, every day. The Operations and Maintenance Division of the Department of Land Use and Transportation (LUT) is currently hiring for a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technician II. This group's primary responsibilities include: maintaining and repairing roads, bridges and drainage ways; tending to roadside vegetation; and overseeing private construction activities that occur with the public right-of-way.
As a GIS Technician II, you will be responsible for tasks related to the cartographic production and data maintenance of geospatial datasets pertaining to the maintenance of roads and other transportation assets. Some of the duties you will be responsible for will include: producing maps for contract development, project development, maintenance crew support, public information, and other division and department needs; producing large format display maps for public meetings or other public information needs; and maintenance of Washington County's geocodable street centerline, linear referencing routes, and transportation assets datasets.
Successful candidates must be able to work independently or as part of a team, which includes working with a diverse group of stakeholders, engineers, developers, utilities, contractors, other government agencies and citizens. In addition, technicians should be familiar with the fundamentals of cartographic production; techniques of data maintenance and quality control.
Please use the following link to view the Land Use and Transportation Careers Website: LUT Careers.
We offer a collaborative culture, work-life balance, and a comprehensive benefits package. Working within our local government agency provides daily opportunities to serve, build and sustain communities now and into the future. Washington County is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer with a commitment to a diverse and inclusive workforce representing the rich diversity in our region. Women, minorities, veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIESDuties may include:
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIESEducation and Experience
A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Additional Licenses, Certificates, Physical Abilities and Specialty Requirements